Here I go again with a time issue. My elements are getting too long, and I need to work in generous focus on new elements at the same time. I 'can't' practice over three hours a night.
I need time to focus on what I'm learning about different scale bowings, elements I've learned from you all, and I've all but given up on pushing myself in my Suzuki program, though I'm still working on that--just more slowly..
Now the problem is this: I protect my basics program like a Ninja. So thus far, I've been working things Ron et.al. helped me with articulation into my existing exercises, including the things I've been working on with my new bow arm of late.
I just can't visualize neglecting 'any' of my virtuous moment(VMC) elements. To be honest, I need to keep this focus. I did rework my elements to alternate easy:hard for efficency (1/3's:bow pressure, legato:trills)
Maybe I'm just venting.
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